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    Thankyou for such a giggle! Was well needed!
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    Well Jemima and Jermaine are having lots of fun giggling at James still. He's sulking lol.

    Finally got the baby down for a nap, she wanted a feed but she was too agitated to latch on. Jimmy is lucky he's so cute otherwise I would be very grumpy that Jenny's schedule is all over the place!

    He's giving me big kisses now so I'm guessing he knows he was being naughty.

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    lol... sounds like a fun household... I bet he didnt learn his lesson thou...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stafford Rescue Vic View Post
    lol... sounds like a fun household... I bet he didnt learn his lesson thou...
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    Hahahaha, love it! Well done. Sounds very much something I would do too.

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    haha thats great

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    I'm pretty sure that's how Frosty learned to leave my coffee alone too.

    The burning question in my head was / is - did you drink the coffee anyway? I'm pretty sure I would have.

    My parents used to let us kids learn words like "hot" the same way. Sigh.

    Frosty has also learned what "Ants" means too. Like get up and move pronto or small insects are going to bite your most sensitive parts - often.

    Well she likes to have a reason to do what you're asking. She's also learned the hard way what "leave it" means when it comes to grumpy dogs. She pretty much trusts me now when I tell her "leave it" when it comes to aborting a greeting.

    I still can't get her to give up the fallen hotdogs around the baseball club. I think I'd need a bee bee gun or small bore slingshot for that one. Maybe a european wasp will sort her - but she has learned the difference between bees and blowflies the hard way too. Smart dog. As smart as a dog with a very swollen nose.

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    Boss wont eat anything unless OH and I give it to him or its in a yellow or orange bowl. That with meat.. Bones its a totally different story

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hyacinth View Post
    I'm pretty sure that's how Frosty learned to leave my coffee alone too.

    The burning question in my head was / is - did you drink the coffee anyway? I'm pretty sure I would have.

    My parents used to let us kids learn words like "hot" the same way. Sigh.

    Frosty has also learned what "Ants" means too. Like get up and move pronto or small insects are going to bite your most sensitive parts - often.

    Well she likes to have a reason to do what you're asking. She's also learned the hard way what "leave it" means when it comes to grumpy dogs. She pretty much trusts me now when I tell her "leave it" when it comes to aborting a greeting.

    I still can't get her to give up the fallen hotdogs around the baseball club. I think I'd need a bee bee gun or small bore slingshot for that one. Maybe a european wasp will sort her - but she has learned the difference between bees and blowflies the hard way too. Smart dog. As smart as a dog with a very swollen nose.
    Of course I did...I figured the coffee was blessed.

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    Don't let the dog win.

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